Language Professionals’ Networking Event is back on
Friday 25th June 2021.
hours minutes seconds
➡️ 18.30: The virtual doors open. Grab a drink and join us.
➡️ 18.35: Welcome by the host
➡️ 18.40: Language & business – what can you expect?
A retrospective and forecast of the language market.
➡️ 19.10: 30-second intro pitches
➡️ 19.20 onwards: Structured networking, exchange of contact details, drinks, great conversations
Language & business – what can you expect? A retrospective and forecast of the language market.
During this talk Sarah will share her expertise running a business in translation and in
language learning and expound her vision of the market. 2020/21 has been a peculiar time
for everyone. How has the language market been affected? What are the trends for the
About the speaker:
Passionate about languages and empowered by experiences abroad, Sarah studied languages at the University of Lille 3 (France) and successfully graduated as a professional translator at the University of Brussels (ISTI) in 2008. Few months later, she became an entrepreneur by creating her own translation agency called Trad’Esprit.
She wanted to be the bridge between companies and translators and help both parties to get the best quality in translation. Thanks to her talented team, composed by professional translators right around the world, she has been able to offer a large range of language services to her clients. She successfully ran Trad’Esprit for over 10 years and worked mainly with multinational companies and industrials.
On a side project, she started to teach French to adults in 2011, and developed a unique learning method through the years.
In 2018, Sarah launched her second business – a language school for adults called Belingus. She wanted to help people to learn a language and offer an efficient approach to learn a language.
Based on her personal experience and her teaching experience, Sarah offers with Belingus a unique way to practise and learn a language: she organises events / workshops based on the learner’s interests and builds a community of language learners.
Tickets have been released!
New: Tickets are offered on a Pay What You Can basis to give you the freedom to choose. Each Pay What You Can ticket includes a donation to support the pioneering research work of Moorfields Eye Charity, making a difference for patients at Moorfields Eye Hospital and for people with sight problems around the world. Every little helps.
Come along, be part of this initiative, and enjoy an evening with like-minded language professionals.